Deployer for Git


The Deployer for Git (and Deployer for Git Pro) are designed for developers who seek to simplify their website changes deployment. This tool seamlessly connects your WordPress site with various git repositories, enabling real-time updates and automated deployments directly from your commits. Say goodbye to the cumbersome process of manual file transfers via FTP and embrace a streamlined, error-free deployment process.


  • Dashboard
  • Install Theme Page
  • Settings page


Do I need Git installed on the server?

No. Deployer for Git does not require Git to be installed on the server.

I have shared/cheap hosting, will it work on my server?

Yes, as long as your server runs WordPress, the plugin will work fine.

What git repositories are supported by Deployer For Git?

The plugin supports Bitbucket, GitHub, Gitea, and GitLab repositories.

Is there any way to clear website cache after each deploy?

Yes, it’s possible. Plugin supports WP Rocket, WP-Optimize W3 Total Cache, LiteSpeed Cache, WP Super Cache, WP Fastest Cache and Autoptimize.

How does Deployer For Git improve website management?

By automating the deployment process. Once set up, the plugin automatically updates your WordPress instance after each commit of the desired branch to your git repository, eliminating the need for manual file transfers via FTP.

Can I use Deployer For Git for multiple websites?

Yes, the plugin can be used for multiple websites. Each website will require its own setup to connect to the respective git repository.

Is there a cost associated with Deployer For Git?

The PRO version is required if you plan to use the plugin with private repositories.

Does it support WordPress Multisite?

Yes, it does.

Is there any risk of data loss when using Deployer For Git?

The plugin is designed to safely update your website with the latest changes from your git repository. However, as with any deployment tool, it\’s always recommended to have regular backups of your site.


10. Maj 2024.
I had a client that has a bit unusual server setup so we had problems setting up GitHub Actions and making them work.The client has paid for the Pro version since our repositories are private.Everything worked like charm – after pushing my changes I simply went to wp-admin and clicked a button to pull the changes from GitHub.We have 3 repositories on that website.Then I realized that each repository has a special deployment link, so I created GitHub Action to do a GET request to that URL, and that worked like a charm, even behind the basic auth that the website uses.So now our changes get deployed automatically.Definitely a great and simple solution than setting up the pipelines which always cause problems on different platforms.Good job! EDIT:I found 2 features I’d like to see in the next version:- An option to define the folder nameMy GitHub repository is not named the same as I’d like the plugin’s folder to be named.Currently, there’s no way to influence that.- The name of the last commit included in the log fileIt’s rather hard to quickly confirm that all my last commits got deployed.Currently, it’s almost 1am where I am, but the server is set to a different time zone so it’s still yesterday.When I checked the logs, the date of the last entry was 1 day behind my current date.The reason I even checked the logs is because the browser has hashed my CSS so I couldn’t see all the changes.Having the last commit message would help quickly confirming that everything was deployed properly.
11. Mart 2024.
If you want a simple way to sync a repo with your files, this is probably the most straightforward plugin. Asked the developers to support for custom gitlab domains and within a day I got the featuerd implemented. Looking forward to continue to use this plugin in the future.
24. Januar 2024.
This plugin is a must have in any project. We will be using it on all our projects for now.Thanks the gods that it has a option to flush our cache. Very well thought.
17. Januar 2024.
Saves me so much time. It’s easy to use and the support is super quick and accurate. 10/10 would reconmend!!
28. Decembar 2023.
So far so good, we actively use this plugin in our team to push theme changes hosted on bitbucket. I also really like the feature to flush cache on the website. We use WP Rocket and every time we push changes it flushes everything. Before I needed to configure it manually by adding „add_action“, but now it’s not needed. PS devs, please add the support of other populate caching plugins.
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Contributors & Developers

“Deployer for Git” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • GitLab groups support added


  • Experimental support for self-hosted GitLab repositories


  • Multisite support added


  • Minor interface improvements
  • Plugin is localizable now
  • Ukrainian translation added


  • Initial release